On the Security Scene

Courtesy of Landings Security

Property Damage

On Thursday, February 27, Landings Security responded to a report of possible vandalism at a residence on Raindance Court. The resident advised that she noticed the exterior mirror on the driver side of her vehicle was dangling off the vehicle when she went to her car that morning. She further stated that the mirror was not damaged when she arrived home the previous evening at 10 p.m. The resident did not know of anyone who would have caused the damage. Extra patrols will be performed in the area.

Landings Security responding to the Athletic Field for a report of property damage on Saturday, February 29. Upon arrival, the officer noted that the door lock to the men’s restroom had been broken. It is unknown when the damage occurred or by whom. The report was sent to Public Works so repairs could be completed.

Suspicious Incidents

Landings Security responded to Wickersham Drive for a report of a suspicious person on Friday, February 28. The resident advised that she received an alert from her Ring Doorbell of activity on her property and noticed a man walking around the premises. A patrol officer responded to the area and located a tree crew working at a neighboring property. The officer spoke with the foreman who stated that he attempted to contact the homeowners to notify them of the work being done next door. An exterior inspection of the residence was conducted, and nothing out of the ordinary was noted. The resident was informed of the findings.

On Wednesday, March 4, Landings Security responded to the area of Noble Jones Lane for a report of a loud noise which sounded like an explosion or a gunshot. While patrolling the area, the officer noticed several male deer along Priest Landing Drive and on Button Lane. The deer were using their antlers to head-butt, and the noise was quite loud. No other sounds of explosions or gunshots in the area were heard.

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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